Team SMG, with their refurbished roster, has delivered a convincing performance in its debut series in the SEA 2021 DPC Season 2: Lower Division, clinching a 2-0 victory over Galaxy Racer. Team SMG’s midlaner, Muhammad Ammar "Neah666" Rasulli, was the star of the show as he ended the series with an incredible KDA of 33-2-21, playing Tiny in the first game and Ember Spirt in the second one. Team SMG had recently acquired Dota 2 veterans, Yeik "MidOne" Nai Zheng and Damien "kpii" Chok as the team had reached this Lower Division after winning the SEA open qualifiers #2.
Team SMG begin their DPC Season 2 campaign with a win over Galaxy Racer
The SEA 2021 DPC Season 2: Lower Division began April 15, 2021, with the contest between two teams - Team SMG and Galaxy Racer, both of whom had recently undergone a couple of intriguing roster changes.
Game 1 saw Neah666 kill enemy heroes all over the map on his mid Tiny as he had killed 22 enemy heroes and not died even once by the end of it. The supports complimented him well while MidOne had a tough game as Galaxy Racer focused him in every fight. However, courtesy of Neah666’s brilliance, SMG won the first game in 44 minutes.
Game 2 witnessed an all-round effort from SMG as they drafted well, played the laning phase perfectly, and transitioned their early game lead into important objectives. Galaxy Racer had no answers to their enemy’s gameplay as they tapped out of the game in just 24 minutes.
Here are some highlights of the series:
MidOne and his teammates’ have had a successful debut series in their DPC Season 2 campaign. The team will be looking forward to continuing this momentum in their next series against Team Mystery, which takes place on April 21, 2021.
Galaxy Racer, with the addition of two popular SEA names, Meracle and Poloson, will be disappointed with the result in their first series. However, the team has some experienced players who will be looking to regroup and deliver a better performance in their next series against South Built Esports that takes place on April 17, 2021.